Yes, you absolutely have an affinity for problem horses. You have picked some worse one than I have and I came home with some rank ones. Although All of mine were problems caused by humans. The magnesium deficient horse----
. I preach this all the time when the horse exhibits certain behaviors.
How did you discover the deficiency and which type of magnesium did you use?
My ornery horse has been with me almost 21 of his 23 years. He is grain and soy sensitive, and putting him on MagRestore (magnesium maleate) has made a world of difference in attitude and willingness. Dion,
the lad could ride! I am so sorry for his family's and your loss.
Wowzer on the throw you took. I have taken a few hard spills, including off my snowmobile but nothing that hard.
I'm surprised one of your jobs wasn't working as a Wildcatter on a well drilling platform:).
If you are writing in chronological order, you met your wife after you and the saddle got tossed. Look what you would have missed
. There's a reason why things happen the way they do
I'm sure you do stay busy reschooling horses:). We have a few folks on this forum with Mustangs, hopefully they will introduce themselves:)
Regarding your videos. You may have to create either a Photobucket account or a YouTube account, up.oad the videos to one of those sites, then import them to your thread that way.
The pictures are great but, if those videos show the horse communication, I hope you can get them uploaded:)
Welcome, again, to the forum.